Sony will hold a special event related to the α series from November 8th to 9th. Based on previous rumors, Sony may announce the Sony a9 III, Sony FE 300mm f/2.8 GM OSS Lens and the Sony a1 Firmware Update. According to latest rumors, the upcoming Sony a9 III will be priced at $4,599. The current selling price of the a9 II at Amazon, B&H, Adorama is $4,498, if this pricing information holds true, then the upcoming Sony a9 III is expected to be priced the same as the current a9 II.
The Sony a9 III is set to revolutionize the world of photography with its impressive features and specifications. This high-performance camera is expected to be equipped with a full-frame 33-36MP megapixel sensor, allowing photographers to capture images with stunning detail and clarity. With an expanded ISO range, the a9 III will excel in low-light conditions, ensuring exceptional image quality even in challenging environments. Additionally, the camera is rumored to offer improved dynamic range, enabling photographers to capture a wide range of tones and colors with precision.
Sony a9 III Rumored Specs
- Nearly same Sony a1 body
- 33mp Stacked CMOS Sensor (Full Frame)
- 40fps in 12-bit RAW
- 30fps in 14-bit RAW
- No Mechanical Shutter
- RAW Video (Resolution unknown)
- 4K Video at 60fps
- 1080P Video at 240fps
The rumored price of $4,599 for the Sony a9 III has caused quite a stir among photography enthusiasts. While this price tag may seem steep, it is important to consider the advanced features and cutting-edge technology that the a9 III offers. With its high-resolution sensor, improved autofocus system, and exceptional low-light performance, the a9 III is designed to meet the demanding needs of professionals.
Sony revolutionized the sports and action photography market with the original a9 in 2017, which featured a 20fps burst rate and 693-point phase detect AF system. The a9 II built upon that with enhanced connectivity, design, and usability updates. Now in 2023, the a9 III looks to push the boundaries even further for professional photographers needing reliable speed and performance.
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